Women's Pain Centre
Do you double up in pain every month from menstrual cramps? Or are you in agony with pain from arthritis, migraine, slipped discs or other painful medical conditions, which leaves you feeling depressed and unable to cope with your daily activities? Don’t suffer in silence.
Here at the Women’s Pain Centre, we can treat and ease your pain with the latest technology which may not require you to go under the knife.
Our Women’s Pain Centre is one of the first in Singapore to use the soft laser technology, which is used to regenerate tissues to treat such injuries as muscle sprains, tears in ligaments and tendons. Because it is non-invasive, recovery period may be faster – in a matter of days instead of months.
The centre also uses laser injections which is a minimally invasive procedure to ease your pain by desensitising the affected nerves. Where necessary, you may be prescribed oral medications and physiotherapy to help you manage your pain better.
Upon consultation, the doctor will diagnose your condition and source of pain. Then, he will, where necessary discuss with the physiotherapist to customise a short-term and long-term plan according to your needs. If your doctor thinks that you will benefit from some counselling to empower and motivate you to overcome your pain, he will refer you to a psychologist.
Some of the conditions we treat include:
- Cancer pain
- Menstrual pain
- Menopausal pain
- Musculoskeletal conditions (joint, back and neck pain)
- Pain from damaged nerves
- Persistent pain after surgery
- Pelvic pain (pain in abdominal region
- Slipped discs
- Urinary pain
- Sports injuries
|Dr Tay Yoong Chuan
||Director & Consultant
||MBBS (S'pore), MMED-Anaesthesiology (S'pore), FAMS
|Dr Tan Kian Hian
||MBBS (S'pore), FANZCA, FFPMANZCA
|Dr Jane Mary Samuel
||MBBS (S'pore), FAMS
|Dr Diana Chan Xin Hui
||MBBS (S'pore), MMED Anaesthesia, EDRA, MCI, FAMS
|Dr Thor Timothy Anuntapon Chutatape
||MBBS (S'pore), FAMS, MMED-Anaesthesiology (S'pore)
|Dr Daniel Phang Li Khai
||MBBS (S'pore), MMED-Anaesthesia, CIPS